His fans around the country are certainly in for a treat as he is working extremely hard to ensure a win at the upcoming event which will be held in Port Elizabeth in April.
It is hoped that all residents who are fortunate to have the race run along their roads, will be up, bright and early to show them the Chatsworth hospitality.
A huge braai and shisha nyama camp will be in operation.
The kids won the toss in front of a massive home crowd and elected to bowl.
The little cricketers had a lot of fun and they learned some new skills.
Speaking about the eventful day, the avid swimmer, who was a member of the Bayview Swimming Club for two years, said that it was a scary but thrilling and exciting experience.
The competition was a tremendous success and bowlers are looking forward to the next one.
Residents from Chatsworth and surrounding areas are encouraged to participate.
Organisers were certainly pleased with the outcome of the event and thanked everyone who played an instrumental role in making the day highly memorable.
Robin Peterson said, “Having played in the Coca-Cola® KhayaMajola Week myself, I can testify that this tournament is a significant stepping stone in the career of a young cricketer.”
Linus Naik had been a member of the Cape Town and the Johannesburg Supporters Club previously, and after moving to Durban in 2012, he realised that there wasn’t an official club on the East Coast.